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IN THE WHOLE WOULD.
In tviiuln if yon lake Ifond'H S;itN!ii;niIl;i.
- Tins ;ir,it iiH'iliciiio ciiich tlmsit crujit imiH,
i t it ill 'M ii 1 1 I Ihi'iIm UiiiL a'iciir nl all mmnoiih;
IIIII'M HtTuflllil HOICM, Kill I lillillll HI' ' 1 1 1 : 1
inl.ils Itself i (H;illy Wi ll In, ainl also ciiieN, Iy h
I'rphl.i ami all Miniiarli (muMcs ; iinrn iIhii
iiiatism iuhI caluiili; ninn ihivoiih UoiiMrM,
ilrliility ami llial tiivil firliiitfv
'I'llis h lilnvril 1 1 V llliiWllnltf
. , . i . , M . report" icri-itt linncflt Vt liar llttln
iih.iiuIm, l.y acliial o.iint, Hi tin; K,rl frm ,,,, ., H.r,rll(li ,,,,.,,
l;isl (wo years -n n-i'nnl uiiiiTmkiiU:l inni i.r u.i efu.r i
. ... ll(vk of Hint blond (mlamilng ilia-
ill lilt' lllstdiy il lllCllKinc, man. ararln fnvnr. !l gave hxr alrmigth
11 . ...... 4 - i II M . c - Mi and fnnnwnl br-allh Tlmuaiinila of
Hiiro p i. II.kxIh SamiiianlLi. ,.,,.,,,,,,. .rr ..,..,.,.
IJiliilil or Inliltla, HA buses Olio Ilollar. of x rnfula. mil rlmum, vwmm, oXr..
N'rjjrirtlilii Milk, miuli- ut cuttuii nnil col
I.mIIhii, W to l' in ii it ii fi 1 u i 'l In Mi'iliii
mi it litrgn mnli'. Tin' i'"t I" "lily olio
fifth t'i oiio liflri'iith of ri ul ailk.
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Mothers will flint Mr-, Wlnslow's HorilMnf
Prriip tlm Uil rrnipily in mo lot Itmlr chlMfcu
during llio locllili.g (ull'i-l.
A niw linriw dimnm" linn coiiip la 1'ng
Innd from linlin l.y wny of Smilli Afilrn.
It U cnlli'il r-1 1 1 . . t i l i n i ilui 1 1 ( 1 1 i m, nn.
In virjr iiinliiiiliniM.
TITO ruriiimifiilljr ( nrM. tin fitiior nrrTntiRniMui
I I I u fl',i llii il ' ur ,.f It K llnr m iimt Smvi
iln.irr. br ml fi.r I rem 1 UliO Im,iii at.. I lr,-ll.
In. II. II. Klllm, 1.1.1. .Ml An h hi., I'Mlnlrll-hltt, I s.
I 'rimiiiiTn In Miiri i luimt nj thn
jioli, i iiuiu fur lu w.irk In taking llii'iu
25 ounces for 25 cents
Th kniaiir "
fir. u M.u
"Tlio j iiiii of tln 1'iiht iimt Mi.lillo ct will fall hvit tlii'inselvt'S to
ciiiiii' to tho l'ni i lu' Nnrtliwor-t when tiny find out how much lultir tin.
. 1 1 1 1 1 11 to inul udviiiituKi rt uri'."
Hurli Ik tlii w rlid'ii dtslruirnt of W. K. I'l'lvoll, who has
been 1 1 v 1 1 K III Hit' l iuilk' .Sol Ui n ct t cl vo i'Kr,
We Want Them "to Find Out"
Ami the tt way to tell IIipiii Is to ml tliem our iiiltk'Htliiia:
"Orrton, WathlnKlon, Idaho and Thtlr Rraourtrt." a rinihlnimcljr tllimtrntcil M-paxe
liiHik , It-1 1 1 ii k a, I a'.. ml I he llirvn it lv. lour i enl In . -n I a.
"What Tarmrra Have Dona In Oregon, Washington and Idaho, as Told by Themselves,"
two trnta In iilaiii'.
"Hfilful Kcirrallon Rrsorls," ilcscrlpllvc of the stiiiiiniTlnK iUi'cs of tho Coluiulila
rlvnr and I nasi, Iwu tenia In alamos.
"The Columhla rtlvar Through lha Casiadea lo Ihe Paddc Oiean," largo pHiioraintc
in li ut t. 0 lul ii in Ina r I vor, w It ti aiorv on rr vrrao alilti, four ci-uta
large and aouralc Hall map nl (I'Pgnn, "aililiiglon n ml liliiho. crnta In stainpa.
Handy potkel map ul drfgnn, WaahliiKlnn an. l.lnliu, still imvit, two tents.
Kur any of t tin atiovo, ail'lroaa, cnclnslnii ilmiips hh Ktu'cil
A. L. CRAIG, G. P. A., Southern Pacific Company (Lines in Oregon)
Write tu'luy Portlnnd, Oregon
Portldiid Trade Directory
Names and Addresses In Portland of Repre
sentative Uuslness firms.
I'liol'ti HI'I'I'I.IKM: Ko.luk iIhvpIiiiiIiih nnil print
lug; wrlia Inr prli i s. VA ,M.,li,r.l. t lm . I'o.
il AdlVri.AN I KKNH WrlHier '., l'ortluml.
Ixiweat prima un Ijtnli'rna anil Hllili a.
hi. A Hilt) lloslKHY ; HnppnrlarH. Ilrnnn; Knll to
rill fr niinjinruniant bluiika; wuiiiluril, t'lurku.
JloltHKHnfa.il kliiila for anl nl vrry runJioiialila
prli'ea. Inipilru i!7t hront HI.
TltUHMKM it on approvnl; w guiiriinlM 111 lu
iiiomI Ulllli ull ciuica; Wouilanl, Cliirkii A I'o.
BWK.KT l'l'.AM Hi'inl Ilk-for prkK. aaatil Kiilr llolil
.Mcilal pinn. J. J. HnUi r, lui I' lonl slri'ul.
A It'll Kill A I, I'lYI'H; I'Viry nlimlc and Hlnip.-; na
kiiriiiinnt ai nl un approval i uodaril, I lr.re t o
I III' AM HKI'AHATtHlH-We nuiirnnl Il I'. H.
hi paruior lo lif lln' IuhI. W rlln lur Iruu tulu og.
Jlu.fli'il Co., 1' lull unit link.
Al KN"HI'l.lTII I NO llnftiim . IVnillplon, aula
UHi ins Allri'il lliinliiiiilii t'o.'a corii'i-t rlnlln'"
Kvi ry ililng In iiicn a tnrnlNlilniia. Mornaon unit
HKtli alreais. tippoail" poalolllia.
ritKK LAND IN OKKIION nniliT llm Cnrcy I rrl-
Juiliin ai l. ipiI d ri'nt Irnin staio. Wrll Imliiy.
HKikli't anil innp In'''. . looku tt l o.,
Alilar slraul, 1'iirllmid, OrcgoiL
I'OIII.THY KOOD If you want your liens to lay
Diorargas writ us for Iri-a particulars ulioiil I'll
ItiNA loil-iliY k.hlb-Acuia Alllla Co.,
TAILOIIH foliinibla Woolon Mills l'o Portland,
lira !tet alylu rlolln s inaila lo mi'aaure cliuap,
(lur sail iiH'aaiirriiiaiil syatriu luaurua perlucl lib
Writ fur fru sainyli'S and prlwa.
1'IANtm k OIIO A NH Olilcsl piano house on I'a
itllo eoast. Organs ami Tlanoa on eioiy payniHiiia.
Writs Air Hal. lt ua quota you a price). AlleuA
Ullbart-ltainakar lo., rurlluud, Oiagon.
Uiiinaa HalrOooils Hwltclies, I'oinpailoiira, Man's
luui.i is and Wlgss Iiisl (iiialltyi lowtial primal
riuti for Iras price list: mall order a specially,
axlg 11 air b ore, lu WaaUlngtou BU tal isse.
lf tl'sff- Mm TMr.ii I,. Tliiiinpaoniif liaMon,
Tlu Iiiictur Tin iiiimI li-iuo I -ft for
you ilocni't oi'i'iii to lui Inul tin ilc
hIii'iI i fTi i t. Il:iv( you tnkcii It ri-u
'I'lii I'ntli'iil (n j t An rt-Kuliirly
mm I coulil, ilui'tur. You mi Id 1 hIiouIiJ
tuko It uflrr null mini.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Kotiora, Mi-ilro, nlmin, nliout fl'),
(HiOiHMi of Ainrrirnti iiiniicy l n-iw lu
eiitcil. n rt II K A nil. n IN liNK HAY
T h i. I.A A I I S I. Ii Hi iv ig.ili.lnc I Kiiia. tirnir
r ii rrnnxl in,, ut. tr it ful in ritr. K. W.
1 1 K' flltf lifttuni In (ill rucli tin I. !('.
"No," Hi LI rc! Alli-ii Ri.nrk, "t
U'nll't "'I IOC Il'Ik'Kllll I IIHMIIIIIIi'Ilt'll
linr, but of nil tlir nu n I nui nriiim Intel
wiili In- Ii.ik tin nnmt vivid rocolUctluu ut
tliuik'o I lint never lmi.iL-iir'l."
ii the womleiful riliing powder of the
Wjve Circle. Ihouundi of women are
bringing greater health and better food
into their hornet by using K C Baking
fowder. Costs Just one-thiid what you
always pay. If you have never used it
you don't know what you've missed.
IkHik of I'mnu1
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I'.iMIJ.iJ IM. 'M)I( JO l(.M 'l''1!!' ItliM
j. nl J-- a"Uo 'inpuj !iHl JO oiiMil oijl
ixili trf ii i,ii'n.iotl fclliiK.Ii(l JO Jll()
Nothing knocks out and
Lumbago and Sciatica
Nothing' reaches the troublo
as quickly as
St. Jacobs Oil
Known tho world over as
Tho Master Cure 3
for PainsandAches j
Prlot), 2 So. and flOo.
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insillaa tula paper.
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KiikIihhth, nrrlilti'ftH, ami IniildiTH
tfVfryvvliere nro luterustrxl In the jlnns
nutilc putillc from New York for n
nkjHcrninT Hint will out kycrn'o
nnytliliiic yet ttullt. Theno pliiiin wero
flliil with the New York building de
partment by Eraeat FIhrk. for tho
proiH.NtM Singer bulldliiK- Nothing
lm ire rudlcni linn ever lieen nttenipted
on either sldo of the ocean than U
enilHxlleU In the plans for thin struc
ture. Tlm building Is to be forty
Htorlen high and other buildings In New
York and Chicago which now caune
people to bt'cnino stiff -necked looking
up ut them will, by comparison, nppear
Two of the tallewt Chicago buildings
the MiikoiiIc Temple and the Majestic
Theater, would be but one story high-
' er than the Singer building, If one
' wan placed on top of the other. There
' will be M3 feet of the structure above
I ground and probably l-o feet of It
! below the street surface, so that, nil
told, It will be ten feet longer than tho
mammoth AmeiiUa, the biggest steaiu
It wan BupiMisod the limit hnd leen
reached In thin style of stmcture, but
It seems not. Hefora long a fifty istory
pllo may be expected to make alow go
ing peoplo gimp.
While Chicago was the pioneer In the
erection of tall buildings, It has In
the last few yearn been far outstrip
ped by New York. Tho constantly In
creasing population of Manhattan Isl
and and tho Impossibility of Increas
ing tho ground area for tho accommo
dation of the people made It neces
sary to run the buildings higher and
higher until It Is Impossible to tell
when the limit will be reached.
Why riui-a Of (on Knll.
"Tragedies only draw well In pros
perous tunes. w nen money is ugui
the peoplo want farees."
Tho speaker, an actor, went on to ex
I "When tho public Is on Easy street, it
' la willing to be sympathetic, find It will
, then go freely to a ead play. Hut when
the public Is In hard luck, It wanta to
forget 1U troubles, and It goes only to
' farces and musical comedies, for It
I knows well that the woes of n sago
! tragedy would recall to It only too
poignantly Its own woes."
Ilia llrllllnut ltleu.
Cholly Would you er caro to
change your name, Miss Serogglns?
DollyWhy, Mr. Nitwit I Well ah
y yes, I believe I would.
Cholly Well, It can bo done, y'
know. You can petition tho legislature
i or, by Jovo, you might get mariied.
Why don't you? Cleveland lender.
Tbe Point of View.
"Now, that'e my Idea of a Joke,"
aald the editor, looking It over.
"Not ou your life," responded tba
waiting humorist i "It's my Idea, and
It's worth $2." Philadelphia Ledger.
Mra. Penham What made that hole
In the curpett
Deuham That's where I dropped ona
of your biscuits. New York Press.
IBMfoF ALL TQMIC
every part of the body, make it the greatest of
remedy PURELY VECET A OLE a n d while
tite, overcoming that tired, run-down feeling, and other ailments common to Spring, which
warn us that it is necessary to take a tonic, it is purifying the blood of all poisons and waste
matters so that it can supply to the system the strength and nourishment it needs to keep it
iu perfect condition during the depressing summer mouths that arc to follow.
Spring is the season when most every
one needs a tonic. It is nature's time for an effort to pull through the day.
renewing and changing; and as everything
puts on new life, the sap rises in vegetation,
the earth thaws out from its winter freezes,
and all respond to Spring's call to purge
and purify themselves, there is a great
change also takes place in our bodies. The
blood endeavors to throw off the poisons and
accumulations which have formed in the
system, and been absorbed by it, from the
inactive winter life, and calls upon every
member to assist in the elimination. The
system is often unequal to the struggle, the
appetite grows fickle, the energies give way,
the spirits arc depressed, and a general run
down condition is the result.
Then the body must have assistance
it must be strengthened and aided by a tonic,
and S. S. S. is the ideal one. Beiner made
entirely from roots, herbs and barks, it does
not disagreeably affect the system in any way as do most of the so-called tonics on the market,
which contain Potash or some other harmful mineral ingredient to derange the stomach and
digestion, unfavorably affect the bowels, or otherwise damage the health. S. S- S. tones up
the stomach and digestion and assists in the assimilation of food; it rids the system of that
always-tired, worn-out feeling, and imparts vigor and tone to every part of the body. It re
establishes the healthy circulation of the blood, stimulates the sluggish organs, and calms
the unstrung nerves which make one feel that he is on the verge of prostration. S. S. S.
gives an appetite and relish for food that nothing else does, and by its use we can find our
selves with as hearty, hungry an appetite in Spring as at any other season.
It acts more promptly and gives better and more lasting results than any other remedy,
and is absolutely safe because of its vegetable purity. Dyspeptic, irritable, nervous, debili
tated people will find S. S. S. is just the medicine that is needeHor the purification of
the blood, which, from its diseased or impure condition, is causing their trouble, as well a3
for toning up and helping the entire system. When you take your tonic this Spring do not
experiment, but get the best the tonic with forty years of success behind it, and the one
endorsed by the best people all over the country 5. S. S., THE GREATEST OF ALL
TONICS. It is necessary at this time, when the system is depleted and weakened at every
point, that the right remedy be used one that is especially adapted to the condition, and
S. S. S. has proved itself to be this remedy for many years. If it is taken at the first sign
of Spring the system will be so built up and strengthened that the disagreeable affections of
the season will not be felt as warmer weather comes on.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.
Color more Roods brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One 10c package colors silk, wool and cotton equally well and Is
guaranteed to give perfect results. Ask dealer, or we will send post paid at 10c a package. Write for free booklet how to dye.
bleach and mix colors. MONROE DRUG CO., Unionville, Missouri.
notliiiiiT iimt inolt-rn ilciititry lm ueconi
pMstMtl lt Ki-r-Htcr than f-xtra'-lliitc t-t 11
wttlioiil pain. W liuve ! y tars' vxpr:
f ncf tn ilo:iifc th ft. We cun honestly t xtract
a ire tooth without hurling you. I'r.
h urdtvrtfit, tptclullat oil cli idrtii's tetta
. f, Sv
j Via ii J j&smmmmimmm
DR. w. a. wise.
Fail in K Hull. linn. Third and Waihlnj;toa
A. M lo V I". M. Sundays V to li.
AMAI Don t be frightened
but be warned I
Every Mother knows, or
should know, that the terrible
Mortality among little children Is caused
by Stomach and Bowel troubles. Colic,
Sour Curd, Cholera Infantum, Summer
Complaint, Measles, Rashes, Scarlet Fever
even Mumps have their first cause In
The Delicate Tissues of a Baby's Bowels
will not stand rough treatment. Salts are
too violent, and Castor Oil will on!;- grease
the passages, but will not make ani keep
them Clean, Healthy and Strong.
There Is no other medicine as safe for a
child as Cascarets, tho fragrant little Cand
Tablet, that has saved thousands of families
Tho Nursing Mother even In good health
should always keep her own Bowels Loose,
and her Milk Mildly Purgative by taking
Cascaret at night before going to bed.
No other medicine has this remarkable
and valuable quality. Mama takes the
Cascaret, Baby gets the Benefit.
Cascarets act Uko strengthening Exercise
on tho weak little bowels' of the growing
babe, and mako them better able to get
Ingredients that enter into
and preparing them so that
Is thP oldest of all
di n:nl work. Hut
all the Nourishment out of Baby's
Larger children cannot always
be watched, and will eat unreason
ably. The Ready Remedy should
ever be at hand Cascarets to
take caro of the troublo when it
No need to Force cr Bribe chil
dren to take Cascarets. They are
always more than ready to eat the
sweet little bit of Candy.
Repulsive medicine forced on the
ones does more harm than good.
Home Is not complete without the ever
ready Box of Cascarets. Ten cents buys
a small one at the Corner Drug Store.
Be very careful to get the genuine,
made only by the Sterling Remedy Com
pany and never sold In bulk. Every tab
let stamped " CCC."
rrr tree, to our. friends!
We want to send to oar Mends a beautiful
French-deslened. GOLD PLATED BONBON BOX.
hard-enameled in colors. It Is a beauty for the
dressing table. Ten cents in stamps is asked as a
measure of good faith and to cover cost of Cascarets,
With whlchUiIs'Klnty trinket Is loaded.
Send to-day, mentioning this paper. Address
Sterling Remedy Company, Ciucaito or New York.
dr. t. p. wisr.
S. S. S. and the method of com.
thev build up and strencrthcu
all tonics. S. S. vS. is nature's
it is restorini: the lost annc-
1 have used 8. 3. H. qnite extensively and unhesitating
reoom nend It as the best blood purifier and tonio made.
I am a machinist by trade and at one time my system was
bo run down that by 10 o'clock; every day I would be com
pletely exhausted, and It was with the greatest effort that
I could pull through the balance of the day. Since taking
8. B 8., however, all this has disappeared. I am a strong,
vigorous man, abundantly able to do my day's work, my
appetite has been whetted np so that I cn eat anything,
my sleep is sweet and refreshing, and I know farther that
It has purified my blood and put it in i?ood condition. I
cannot speak too highly of your great remedy, 8. 8. 8.
817 W. Broad .St., Columbus, O. A. B. MONTGOMERY.
SHE FOUND IT THE BEST SPRING TONIC.
On two occasions I have used 8. 8. 8. in the spring with
fine results. I can heartily recommend It as a tonio and
blood purifier. I was troubled with headache, indigestion
and liver troubles, whioh all disappeared under the use of
8. 8. 8. My appetite, which was poor, was greatly
helped. I can eat anything I want now without fear of In
digestion, and my blood has been thoroughly cleansed of
all impurities and made rich and strong again. As a tonio
and blood purifier it 1b all you claim for it.
771 E. Mala St., Springfield, O, MRS. G. WIEGEL.
Well Drilling Machinery,
Drilling & Fishing Tools.
Irrigation Plant, Hydrau
lic Hams, Spray Pumps.
REIERrort MACHINERY CO.
l-J-1-6 Morrison St.
Dr. G. Gee Wo
Th vn1 rful Chi
nea Pcct' r it rulli d
great because he cures
Iwople without opera
lion that are Kive.i up
to tile. He cures with
Uioh wundi-rful Chi
it s her as, roo;. biitW,
bark and vegetables
l tint ait eittireiy un
known to medical sci
ence lu thin country. 'I'hro.iKh iue usj oi ihos
hit rail ess remt-d.es this Iaiuouh doctor knows
tliewctloti nfover&K) d fert-m remedies which
he successiully ues In tT.nVrvni disease-. Ha
(.uurttnteeH toe nre catarrh, usihina, lumt, thr a.
rht'unia Imii, nervoi.sne.M, tttomach, Itver; le d
rti'.vs, etc.; has hundreds of testimonials,
i tutrices moderate. 1 all and nee him. fall nl
out of the city wrttt tor hkuikr and c rcnlarj.
rn-ud slump. LO-N'sL 1. 1 A i'l ON a'tdvli.
ideress THEC. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO
162'j first St., S. C. Cor. Morrison
! SO. 50 P. 10.00 CUMTOFOR
O CX 0 On UEaO.iN
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
W. L. DOUGLAS MA KES SELLS MORS
MEM'S $3. BO SHOES THAN ANY OIHttt
MAMUFAOTURER IN THE WORLO.
(1 tl Unll REWARD to snyon who can
$IU,UUvJ disprove thu sutemsnt.
If I could lake you Into my three large factories
t Brockton, Mass., and show you Ihe Inllnlte
car. with which every pair of shoes Is made, you
would realla why W. L. Doug-las SJ.80 shoe
cost more to make, why they hold their shape,
lit belter, wear longer, anil ar. ol greater
Intrinsic value than any other S3. SO shoe.
W. L Ooufflmm Strong Madm Shorn torn
Mmn, $2.1) U. Days' School et
Urm Shoo; S2.BO, 9 V, . 7 . I. BO
CAUTION, Insist upon having W.X.loug.
las siioes. Take no substitute. Is one genuine
without bts name and prion stamped ou bottom.
fatt Color ueleti umd ; thty will nut aveur b'utty.
Write fur llluatrutml Cainlog.
W. L. UOtGLAS. llrocktou. U.
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